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Epic Fishing Gone Wrong

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№1 Author: adzhoe (14 Feb 2012 05:56) Total user comments: 14959


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Almost caught something a bit bigger.
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№2 Author: mahedi (14 Feb 2012 06:15) Total user comments: 10772


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What a surprise 20
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№3 Author: Maxximtl (14 Feb 2012 06:19) Total user comments: 189


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Ultimate trolling. I wish the crock would have come up and gave the fisherman the "Problem?" look.
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№4 Author: den (14 Feb 2012 11:21) Total user comments: 44


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Didn't expect the croc, but was the fishing really that epic?
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№5 Author: elunicotomas (14 Feb 2012 14:56) Total user comments: 1680


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№6 Author: kryptor (14 Feb 2012 15:58) Total user comments: 4510


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Epic (ep ic)

n.

1. An extended narrative poem in elevated or dignified language, celebrating the feats of a legendary or traditional hero.
2. A literary or dramatic composition that resembles an extended narrative poem celebrating heroic feats.
3. A series of events considered appropriate to an epic: the epic of the Old West.


a.

1. Of, constituting, having to do with, or suggestive of a literary epic: an epic poem.
2. Surpassing the usual or ordinary, particularly in scope or size: "A vast musical panorama . . . it requires an epic musical understanding to do it justice" (Tim Page).
3. Heroic and impressive in quality: "Here in the courtroom . . . there was more of that epic atmosphere, the extra amperage of a special moment" (Scott Turow).
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№7 Author: bainpr (14 Feb 2012 21:33) Total user comments: 84


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that was effing crazy. big @$$ croc
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№8 Author: BasMeknik (16 Feb 2012 00:50) Total user comments: 423


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